Standard Bank pampers 400 customers for Valentines

Up to 400 customers of Standard Bank at the weekend received special treats of rose flowers and chocolates as the bank joined lovers around the world to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

Head of Business Banking Ronald Tembo giving a rose flower to one of the customers at Blantyre branch

Head of Business Banking Ronald Tembo giving a rose flower to one of the customers at Blantyre branch

Head of Business Banking Ronald Tembo giving a rose flower to one of the customers at Blantyre branch

Head of Business Banking Ronald Tembo giving a rose flower to one of the customers at Blantyre branch

At 10 of the bank’s designated branches across the country, the unsuspecting customers were in for a pleasant surprise as bank staff, dressed up in red welcomed the customers with the Valentines’ Day gifts.

Head of Personal and Business Banking Margaret Kubwalo-Chaika who championed the romantic banking adventure said the first 40 customers that transacted at 10 major branches received either chocolates or bouquets of fresh rose flowers—the gifts that symbolize St Valentine’s Day.

“In addition, Standard Bank took to offering more personalized services to the customers by deploying senior managers and executives to serve on counters, as a way of demonstrating how much we care for our customers,” she said.

Chaika said as a moving forward bank, Standard Bank continues to strive to remain relevant to its customers by responding to their needs during important anniversaries such as the weekender.

“We would like to reaffirm our commitment that as the bank that loves its customers that will continue providing products and services that respond to the needs of the customers,” she said.

The Head of Personal and Business Banking thanked customers for the support and loyalty that has helped contribute to its growth in the 46 years of its existence in Malawi.

In addition Private Banking customers in Blantyre and Lilongwe received Ferreo Rocher a special Italian chocolate.

Major branches where Standard Bank employees gave customers the romantic treat are Blantyre, Ginnery Corner, Limbe, Chichiri, Zomba in Southern region, Capital City, Lilongwe, Bwaila Service Centre, and City Mall in Central region and Mzuzu branch in the Northern region.

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SAPITWA
Guest

Koma banki ndi banki maluwa ndi chocolate? osati kuwapasa makasitomala anuwo ndalamam kodi ganizani kawili katatu.

Dapalapa
Guest

I love this bank… we enjoyed this please keep it up. Atleast we have a Bank that knows our needs and wants. you assisted those affected with floods, you sponsor knock out competition… i love this Bank.

Charles Elias
Guest

I expect monthly rates to my salaries to be increased!

Soko
Guest

This is Satanic. Look at them?

ujeni
Guest

Relief because of chocolates? no way! By the way Malawi business style sucks, how can a Bank which is making billions of profits give back using choclates? This bank should with immediate effect build a Stadium for bullets, then another Stadium in Mzuzu, and that is Corporate Social Responsibility not giving sweets, aMalawi kususuka

jupiter
Guest

its not a big bullet’s bank….uyooooo

Chimutu
Guest

Idiots, instead of making opening accounts efficient and easy, you are busy distribution roses like vendors, is that the function of the bank? Your friend a finding innovative products to offer their customers not this foolishness. Valentine flowers are meant to be given by lovers, wanva iwe?

Achimidzimidzi
Guest

Anzathu, at least your appreciates your presence.

Koma ife anzanu a Bank M’manja tiribe za valentine zo. Koma tikukhaulitsani ndalama zizikhala kumudzi konkuno.

Waya
Guest

Not news worthy sorry

sukutumpwelembwe
Guest

Valentine ndiye chiyani ? M”malo moti mukatandidze people affected with floods inu mukupanga zaziii. That is why i don’t have any account with this useless bank. I rest my case

eluby chikopa
Guest

This is shit. MRA should not allow the bank to claim relief on its profits.

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